DETROIT (WWJ) – Police and family are searching for a 26 year-old Inkster woman who has been missing since Monday. Her family says she has a developmental disability and needs her medication.

Cordia Taylor.

Cordia Taylor.

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Cordia Taylor is described as having medium length dreadlocks, and weighs approximately 320 pounds.

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She was last seen wearing a black sweater, gray sweatpants and black boots. She may also be wearing a gray, waist-length coat with purple trim and black framed glasses.

She was last seen leaving St. John’s Hospital in Detroit on February 8, around 2 p.m. Her family says that Cordia has a diagnosis of bi-polar and personality disorder and takes medication.

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Police in the 9th precinct are handling the case. If you have any information please call  313-596-5547, ask for Detective Adams.